Marsha Amanova Web Design Portfolio
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The Pugwash Open Air Gallery is an accessible outdoor art gallery, comprised of reproductions of artwork by local contemporary artists on the exterior walls of buildings in the seaside village of Pugwash, Nova Scotia.
I worked with the organizers to create a robust website for the launch of this exciting new project.
The Aster Foundation is a charitable organization providing funding for environmental projects.
I created a “Landing Page” single-page website in both French and English that will be easy for them to update as they grow.
Christine Letcher is a Master Gardener sharing her passion and expertise with home gardeners in Nova Scotia.
I worked with Christine to create a beautiful and simple website for her new consulting business.
Sue MacLeod is a Halifax poet and YA author who approached me to create her a new site design for her writing.
Diane Snelgrove is bringing her many years of business experience and expertise to offer support and training for new and established entrepreneurs and organizations, helping them to grow and navigate change.
Local entrepreneur, Stephanie Allen, hosted an in-person and virtual retreat in 2020. I worked with her to create a landing page and online registration for attendees.
The Oxford Church of the Nazarene completed a massive re-brand in 2020 and I was happy to work with their team to bring the new vision to the web.
I’ve been working with Pugwash Farmers’ Market since 2017, upgrading their website and helping with their rebranding efforts.
Alexandre’s family wanted to create a website to honour his memory and raise funds for the Scholarship and Bursary in his name. This bilingual website also features an online store.
Gateway Development is one of my retainer clients. I do a variety of web design and development work for them, including this website re-design.